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September 02, 2009

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Julie, OK for a male to comment? Anyway I enjoyed your interview with Jane, especially the part about "bully blogging". I always thought people were just being jerks - who knew that they were just using an SEO tactic! Amazing. This blog just goes to show that it's all about common sense and trying to do what's right, even when it comes to Internet marketing.

Thanks,

John McTigue
www.kunocreative.com/blog

Thanks for the comment John...and yes I suppose it's ok for a male to comment IF YOU MUST. OK that was a joke...

I feel like I miss so much of the drama that goes on with "Bully Blogging." When you say people have called others whores, was it in the context of "link whore" or some such? If so, I don't think thats really worth getting bothered about as its a common growing theme to attach words to the word whore to make a joke. For example, I'm a bit of a special effects whore (I'll see any movie with purdy graphics). If it was the word all by itself, then I clearly missed that, and I suppose should count myself lucky.

Wow Jane is a driven accomplished woman in the marketing industry. Great interview Julie, we could use some one like her at our business!

I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.

Margaret

http://businesseshome.net

Hi, I am new to internet marketing and I learned a lot from this interview.thanks

Hi Noah,

Unfortunately, in this instance, the person meant it in the traditional sense. It was meant as a personal attack. I do refer to personalised, unnecessary bullying--I've been called some interesting things as a "compliment" too :D

99c hotdogs and margharitas- sounds great:)

Do you have an audio version of this interview?

It's pretty amazing to know that there is someone like her out there. I love her determination.

I had a good time reading about the interview. I especially like your answer that "you have to love learning, but be prepared to learn things over and over again as they present themselves in different ways. And I believe you have to love the technical side of SEO because if you don't understand it, or aren't willing to learn everything you can about it, you're at a severe disadvantage." And i have to agree with that, there is so much to learn about SEO and your willingness to learn counts a lot!


To all the ladies of internet marketing, cheers! =)

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